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ATV/Quad/Jeep Trail Update

If you are a resident of Arizona as of January 1st, 2009 you must have an OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) decal on your Jeep/ATV to travel on the
State Trust or BLM. They are available online @

Now, if you are visiting Arizona from out of state for less than 30 days you do not need an OHV decal for your license plate. You do need to have
proof of out of state registration.  

We have access to 70,000 acres of wilderness at our back door.  Here is a link to get the lay of the land.  We remind you that these trails are very
rugged and accidents can happen.  So we suggest you use caution while you are out there.

We have been stocking the Arizona Backroads and 4-wheel Drive Trail book in the store. Thank you Chuck Wells for the plug in the book, glad we
could contribute.
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Black Canyon City KOA
Black Canyon City, AZ
A Saguaro Wonderland
Reserve Online Now!
Or By Phone: (800) 562-5314
Local: (623) 374-5318
Travel Tip ... When Visiting the South West ...
For convenience book your El Monte RV through the above link.  This link is good for any city that El Monte services. Also, when
dropping off your El Monte rental you can now do it in Anthem, 13 miles away from the campground!
We are Now On Facebook!
We will be looking forward to hearing from you and getting to see some of your pictures of your stay with us. Just
look up "Black Canyon KOA" in your search.
54 Mpbs!
Annual Weather Summary: November 2013 to October 2014

NOVEMBER 2013: temperature 54° (2° below avg.); precipitation 1.3" (0.3" above avg.); Nov 1-5: Showers, then sunny, cool; Nov 6-11: T-storms,
then sunny, cool; Nov 12-17: Sunny, mild; Nov 18-23: Periods of rain and snow east, sunny west; cool; Nov 24-30: Showers, then sunny, cool.

DECEMBER 2013: temperature 45° (3° below avg.); precipitation 0.3" (0.2" below avg.); Dec 1-9: Sunny; cold, then mild; Dec 10-17: Rain and
snow showers, cold; Dec 18-24: Rain and snow, then sunny, cold; Dec 25-31: Sunny, turning mild.

Annual Weather Summary: November 2013 to October 2014

Winter will be colder than normal, with the coldest periods in early and mid-December and in late January. Precipitation will be below normal in the
east and above normal in the west, with snowfall below normal in most places that normally receive snow.

April and May will be warmer and rainier than normal.

Summer will be hotter than normal, with below-normal rainfall. The hottest periods will be in late June, late July, and early to mid-August.

September and October will be slightly drier than normal, with temperatures above normal in the east and below in the west.

Note: Black Canyon City only gets snow on the mountain peaks and
mesa above the 3500 foot level. Our elevation is 2000 feet.

Source: http://www.almanac.com/WEATHER/LONGRANGE
ADA Chair Lift Available For Campers Who Wish to Use The Pool and Hot Tub.
For those campers who need special access to the pool and hot tub we have installed in compliance to the orders of the United
States Justice Department a chair lift that can be operated by one person.  To better serve our customers, if you call in for a
reservation we may ask you if you require ADA access to the pool.  If you make a reservation online please make a note in your
reservation that you will require use of the lift.  This way we can make sure that the lift is fully operational for your stay.
What's Been Happening Over the Summer?
We finished the floors in the rest rooms and the laundry rooms. Now we have tile down in the walking areas and ceramic tile in the
ADA showers and the drying areas in the regular showers.

The exterior of the building has been painted.

We started a rebuilding of the playground and have assembled a new swing and fort set in a new location next to the Dog Walk.  
Work is on going!

Kabin #4 has been upgraded, comes furnished with bed linens, refrigerator, flat screen TV, and a coffee maker.

The area around the front entrance sign has been redesigned and new plantings.
Introducing Kabin v2.0, Upgrade
Click on the green and yellow button on the left to get the details on our newest offering at the Black
Canyon City KOA Kampground.
On Our Way to be a KOA Journey Kampground
There is a quite a bit of improvements going on.  We now have seven sites that measure 65 feet.
These are for the customer who does not wish to disconnect for their overnight stay. Whether you
have a fifth wheel or a motor home with a tow you can have an easy in/easy out space.

Our tent spaces will be rededicated and upgraded, four of the spaces are being expanded with
improvements to lighting and the addition of fire pits. Two more sites will have the capability to
support vans and pick up campers with electrical and water.
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